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Oakley Police Arrest Two Suspects and Recover $10k in Stolen Merchandise in Recent Burglary

by ECT
Oakley Police

The Oakley Police Department announced Thursday that officers have recovered stolen merchandise and arrested two Pittsburg residents in connection with a May 19 burglary.

According to police, officers were dispatched to the 3800 block of Main Street regarding a burglary. Officers discovered that a forced entry into the business; disarming the alarm and stealing more than $42,000 in merchandise.

The business had no leads to provide the police.

On Tuesday, May 25th, Oakley police officers worked with the store owner to use a ruse to apprehend the suspected thieves. The two suspects (Mariano Coronado, M, 33 and Ely Coronado, F, 29; both from Pittsburg) were arrested without incident and approximately $10,000 of the stolen merchandise was recovered.

Oakley detectives continued their investigation and on Wednesday, May 26th, they were able to recover another $1,000 of merchandise from a residence in Antioch.

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Sandra Hawkins May 27, 2021 - 6:33 pm

Look at their names! Enough said!

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